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Crank Yankers Uncensored: Season Two, Volume One


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CRANK YANKERS – SEASON 2, VOLUME 1 UNCENSORED features outrageous crank calls from well-known comedians to real people and delivered to viewers through puppets called the "Crank Yankers" who live in the make-believe world called Yankerville.

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Volume One? You must be crankin' me! May 1 2005
By Jeremy Whitman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I've been a casual fan of Crank Yankers for a while, but why not put the whole season in one box set? Comedy Central has really been trying their hardest to cash in on their top shows at the consumer's expense, and it's apparently not going to stop here. This Yankerville collection is okay, despite that one obvious flaw, in that the second season is when the true wit of the show came into full form. We all know and love good ole Special Ed and love god Niles Standish (Don Knotts, move over), of which the inclusion of these skits are a standout. That, plus we get to see Mitch Hedburg calling shots.

Speaking of, where are the extras at? There is nothing "extra" about the special features on these discs. A couple of "unaired" calls to throw the dog a bone are here and little else, making me feel like I was cheated of the DVD experience. If you're a hardcore fan, then you might want to buy this, but for folks like me who simply get a kick out of the show while it's on, we might as well stick to cable. I will not be purchasing any future releases of Crank Yankers, not even volume two (which should be the best of the season, if memory serves me correctly).
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
GREEDY! GRDDY! GREEDY! July 19 2005
By Tzach Maya - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Regardless of how good is the second season I refuse to buy split seasons into volumes! We sould all show the network how unhappy we are from this greedy decision despite of the the fact that the second season was very good.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Funy not Phony! Dec 12 2009
By C. Barr - Published on Amazon.com
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Crank Yankers : Season Two (Uncensored) is a concept as old as the telephone but these folks are pros at being kids at heart, that is if your kid is a 17 year old comedy writer. The audio alone is hysterical since that is the 1st step before the added puppets and occasional production extras. I love this disc & I know it's not Shakespeare but for raw insane comedy there is nothing I have seen in comparison. I suggest getting this disc if you are not too prudent. If you are planning on bringing it to parent/student day or your church youth group it may not be appropriate but would be great for your kids "Show & Tell!! I researched the history of "Touch Tone Terrorists and other audio CD's (Revenge on the Telemarketers) & there is a link that will amaze what the limits of comedy has reached & reach out & get this DVD, you won't be sorry.-Craig Barr.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Even funnier than season 1 Jan. 9 2008
By morgoth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
In season 2, Birchum (Adam Carolla) and Elmer (Jimmy Kimmel) have perfected the way they make their calls. Spoonie Luv (Tracy Morgan) makes a hilarious call to a karate school to see if he can learn martial arts because he is going to prison soon. David Alan Grier has one of the funniest calls where he says he is a former athlete called The Truth and he wants to be the spokesman for a sports retail store. Almost every single call is great. My favorite caller is named Jeff Garlin. He basically just makes up jibberish. "And then you know if I got the corn and a Cadillac, we gonna mix em together and a little fudge pie, I'd love to do that, but we gonna have to meet you down at the library as opposed to what we said earlier". I wish he had more than 2 calls.

There are also calls from Wanda Sykes, Gilbert Gottfried, Jim Florentine, Snoop Dog, Super Dave Osborne, Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, Fred Armisen, Jeff Goldblum, Kevin Nealon, David Cross, Seth Mcfarlane, Bobcat Goldthwait, Dr. Drew Pinsky, Dane Cook, and many others.

This season 2 volume 1 box set has 5 more episodes than the season 1 box set. And I got it even cheper than the season 1 box set. Now if I could just get my hands on volume 2. Too bad it is a rare out of print item these days.
8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
so lame. May 20 2005
By Bart Mccoy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I love crank yankers, especially season two, but two or more volumes for one season is absolutely ridiculous. I refuse to buy into this type of greedy marketing. I hope that others will as well. this completely defeats the purpose of buying seasons on dvd. Lame! I was really looking forward to buying this set to.


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